Junior State Cup 2020 – Wrap up, Results, MVP’s & Super Series Teams.
A huge weekend of over 100 referees, 30+ officials, 153 teams from 27 venues/over 2,300 players battle each other and the conditions for state glory at the Sunshine Coast Stadium.
A massive congratulations goes out to all players that participated over the weekend for battling through the scorching heat whilst still maintaining a high standard of Oztag. Hats also go off to all the referees and officials that helped make the weekend run so smoothly.
The 2020 Junior State Cup saw little legends travel from as far north as Cairns to the border line of Tweed Coast and everywhere in between. There was some fantastic skill on show over the weekend which makes us ever so excited for the newest installment called Super Series that we have coming up in June.
This year saw 6 different clubs win grand finals with the emergence of some new venues not only making appearances in the finals but also taking out the titles in their respective divisions, such as North Lakes & Coomera. We had the usual suspects; Caloundra, Labrador, Miami & Maroochydore teams featuring in a number of finals. Miami managed to see the most finals with 7 appearances and 4 wins from these appearances. Keep an eye out for the North Lakes Ladies teams in the coming years though as they took out the U14 Girls title and were just pipped in the U13 Girls Grand Final by Maroochydore.
Much like the Grand Final wins we also a number of venues represented in the MVP races. Our MVP’s came from 7 different clubs, with Caloundra having the honours of most with 7 MVP’s. For the list of the rest of the MVP’s and Finals results please be sure to check out the link below.
The 2020 Super Series Tournament will be composed of the QLD Jesters, QLD Fury and QLD Rebels teams that were selected from The Junior State Cup tournament over the weekend (see below for teams). This is a new team format to go hand in hand with the new Super Series format. Teams are selected using the same selection process, however, rather than being selected regionally, the team that you potentially make is dependent on where your team finished over the weekend. For a more detailed outline of how this works please check out the Super Series Team breakdown sheet below.
This year we have also named 8 player development squads for each team. This squad will be the players that are on standby to fill the positions in any teams which may have players withdraw. For more information on how this works then click on the Development Squad Q&A file below.
- Teams are listed as per available players – some players decided to make themselves unavailable for selection due to various reasons.
- Players are listed alphabetically in order of venue not selection order (this includes Development Squad Players).
- Please ensure a complete uniform with shirt number and registration is purchased prior to the cut off listed on the website (this includes Development Squad Players).
- Please refer to the refunds policy below to see updated refunds information.
- State Cup divisions with only 7 or 8 teams in their division will have the 7th and/or 8th finishing team split throughout the 3 teams to ensure a fair and large enough selection pool of players for the 3 teams.
To ensure your position in the team please order a complete uniform with a number and pay for registration before 21/02/20.
To pay registration and order your uniform: click here
Super Series Event Information: Click Here
Super Series Team Breakdown: Click Here
Development Squad Q&A: Click Here
Winners/Runners Up/MVP’s: Click Here
Team Selections: Click below links